After nearly six months since its approval by the Harvard Square Advisory Committee last November, the highly anticipated Yogurtland at 57 JFK Street opened its doors its doors and invited customers to come in and “get real.” The company’s trademarked slogan refers to its all-natural frozen yogurt, which is made entirely from real ingredients without […]
Now that Memorial Day has marked the unofficial start to summer, the Cambridge Public Library will be taking a vacation of its own. Beginning last weekend and running through mid-October, the main branch at 449 Broadway will be officially closed on Sundays. Last fall, the Mid-Cambridge Neighborhood Association drafted a petition with over 1,000 signatures protesting this […]
The weather this weekend looks great, but if you aren’t in the mood for a day at the park or a trip to the beach, Cambridge has plenty going on to last you until you get back to work Monday morning. From dance performances to ghosts to electronic powwow music, here are some highlights:
Friday, April 12 Lez Zeppelin—NYC’s premier all-female Led Zeppelin tribute band is dropping the hammer on Cambridge. Feeling dazed and confused? Then come on by and let them give you every inch of their love! Mellow Bravo will open. Presented by Rock On! 8 p.m. $20. Middle East Downstairs, 472 Mass. Ave.
As if Cantabrigians needed any other reason to celebrate after Harvard’s historic win over New Mexico, the weekend is upon us. This weekend features some great events, like the WAM! Boston Film festival (with films made by women, for women), a natural wine-tasting class (yes, thank you) and a closer look at Chinatown. And […]
You must’ve picked a four-leaf clover because this weekend, we’re all in luck. Besides the usual corned beef and cabbage with a Guinness on the side on the day we celebrate green pride or Irish culture (or both), Scout has found other ways for you to celebrate your inner Irish(wo)men. We have something you can […]